Stackable Flower Tower Planter with Flow Grid System (2021 New version)
Regular price$99.81 Sale price$53.91
BUILD YOUR OWN BACKYARD VERTICAL GARDEN
Don't worry about overwatering! These pots can self-regulate so plants stay healthy and hydrated, Self-Watering - helps evenly distribute moisture throughout and keeps plants healthy because of a consistent water supply!
STACKABLE- These unique herb and flower pots are designed to be able to be stacked upon one another. 3 planting areas per pot and 3 pots let you have up to 9 plants stacked vertically, saving space and creating a unique look!
VERSATILE- Planters don’t need to be stacked! They can easily be separated and used individually. Place one into an empty corner to help fill up extra space!
STURDY BUILD-Durable plastic build gives pot added strength to keep it safe in outdoor environments. The sturdy interior bottom allows ample potting soil to be added and secured even while transporting or stacking planters.
PORTABLE- The small, sturdy lip hangs around the rim of the pot for portability of the planter, especially when planter is full of soil and heavier. The lip also reduces the potential of damage done to plants or flowers while transporting!
These are wonderful. Still experimenting with what to plant.
Bought this as a gift for my mom and purchased some lettuces and her favorite herbs to grow for Mother's Day. I can't say enough good things about this attractive herb tower. It stacks inside each other for easy storage and it's customizable to how many tiers you want. I attached some pictures so you can see what it looks like. I only planted everything on Sunday. I'm curious as to how well it will hold up. I like that my mom can put it on casters and bring it in the house for the winter.
Looks nice. Easy to put together and for an added bonus.
I bought two of these (pink and tiffany blue) for my girls and it's been a great experience so far. we decided to go all out and try growing many varieties of herbs, fruits and veggies. On top we planted a cherry tomato, some radishes and onions, then did parsley, rosemary, yellow sweet peppers, peas, microgreens, dragon tongue/purple teepee bush beans, more radishes, strawberries, chives, chard, and some other stuff I can't remember right now.
I use this planter for flowers instead of strawberries and it works great! The five tiers are easy to stack with flowers and at the end of the growing season, the tiers also are easy to stack together. Since the tiers all fit together when they aren’t offset, it reduces the amount of storage space that the planter takes up. The water effectively trickles down from the top tier to the bottom tiers, which also makes watering easy.